(Reuters) - With less than a month left to Britain's May 7 election, Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives and opposition Labour party are tied at 34 percent, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published on Frid...
The British prime minister says he would be "heartbroken" if his country's Jews ever felt compelled to leave home.
The jobs miracle continues – two million new jobs have now been created since David Cameron took over. The Tories are rightly boasting about all of this today, even if… Continue reading The post UK jobless rate now heading to a 40-year low appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Unemployment rate drops to 5.6 per cent, gives pre-election boost to David Cameron.
Queen’s Brian May is not just a guitar hero responsible for some of the best riffs known to man, he’s also something of a political animal, and the poodle haired rocker has been getting vocal recently about David Cameron and the Tory Party. Show More Summary
A snap opinion poll declared opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband the winner of the final TV debate of a knife-edge British election campaign on Thursday, but Prime Minister David Cameron didn't take part, making it an oddly unbalanced...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband won the final TV debate of Britain's election campaign on Thursday, a snap poll showed, but Prime Minister David Cameron declined to take part and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg was not included.
BEDWORTH, England (Reuters) - Joe Terrence is the kind of voter, fed up with falling living standards, that David Cameron must try to win over if he is to remain Britain's prime minister next month.
Here's the article by Rachel Sylvester in The Times which portrays 2015 as a 'Wizard of Oz' election which explains why David Cameron tried to soften the Tories image in their manifesto launch, while Ed Miliband tried to make Labour seem more credible. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - The opposition Labour Party holds a one-percentage-point lead over Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party ahead of Britain's May 7 election, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published late on Wednesday.
“I’ve got it too,” said David Cameron, whipping out the ‘contract with Britain’ he published five years ago. His team seems have worked out the format of Evan Davis’s BBC interviews:… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s Evan Davis interview: defenceless on defence appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Kirk Cameron reportedly turned down a role in the "Left Behind" remake, according to Cloud Ten Pictures producer David Heimbecker who worked on the 2014 film.
Here in the United States, where Americans are used to hearing their president always invoke Christianity as a way to silence Christians, United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron's recent Easter message was moderately refreshing.
The Times’ front page today leads with the news that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker ‘vows to block Cameron on EU Treaty’. Sounds like bad news for David Cameron if he is re-elected, but is it? The truth is that when it comes to Treaty change, the Commission will be quickly side-lined by EU leaders. Show More Summary
British prime minister David Cameron “offered a glimpse of the ‘good life’ after five years of economic pain, at Tuesday’s launch of a Conservative manifesto that saw the prime minister break with austerity,” the Financial Times reports. “With Conservatives and [...]
(Reuters) - Ahead of Britain's May 7 election, the opposition Labour Party has a two percentage point lead over Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published Tuesday.
It must be all go being a party leader. Today David Cameron launched the Tory election manifesto for "working people". Yesterday he was in Alnwick, Northumberland, where he got this girl all excited taking a "selfie". Have you noticed...Show More Summary
The Conservatives have sent out a campaign email from David Cameron this evening promoting their key manifesto pledges. You’d expect that: now’s the time to galvanise activists’ support. But there… Continue reading The post Are the Conservatives being honest about their new minimum wage policy? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Security is the watchword of this Tory election campaign. But today the Tories put just as much of an emphasis on national security as economic security. The message was, to put… Continue reading The post David Cameron reveals his hawkish side appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
There are few good things to say about the latest Conservative party pledge to extend the Thatcher-era policy of allowing council tenants to purchase their houses at heavily discounted prices, know as the Right to Buy scheme. Currently,...Show More Summary